Colder temps are kicking in and the holidays have (already!) come and gone, which means the winter season is in full swing. Can your liver/stress levels/stomach feel it? To help combat this crazy (and often toxin-filled) time of year, we consulted some of our favorite beauty and wellness gurus for tips on how to detox and treat yourself at home—whether you’re going full-on #Selfcaresunday, or just have a 20-minute window of me-time.

The Ultimate At-Home Treatment May Lindstrom Relies On:

Lindstrom is all about relaxation and at-home beauty. Courtesy May Lindstrom

  1. Gently and thoroughly steam away oil and environmental debris with The Pendulum Potion. Make a small pool in your palms (4 to 6 pumps), pressing together and inhaling deeply. Massage gently into dry skin, then wet hands and continue the massage. After two minutes, place a warm, steamy face towel over face and neck, hold, rinse and repeat until skin is soft and cleansed, gently sweeping upwards.
  2. Smooth a layer of The Honey Mud (a small grape-sized dollop) over barely-damp skin, giving it a deliciously warm hug. Press gently into troubled areas, and make swirls over your skin with the pads of your fingertips.
  3. Blend 1 tsp of The Clean Dirt with just under equal parts water until the blend is rich and fizzing, then brush on top of The Honey Mud. If skin is congested or has hyperpigmentation, discoloration or flakiness, massage gently in those areas. For delicate complexions, simply brush on and allow to sit, letting the potent ingredients work their magic without additional stimulation.
  4. Blend 1 Tablespoon of The Problem Solver with just shy of equal parts water to bring to a soft mousse consistency. Brush directly over The Clean Dirt, blanketing the entire treatment. Rest for 30 to 60 minutes, then step into a warm shower, facing into the stream of water to rehydrate, allowing everything to rinse away easily while gently massaging, releasing dead skin and reviving circulation and glow.
  5. While still in the shower, press a small blueberry sized amount of The Blue Cocoon into your soaking wet skin, focusing on areas of redness or sensitivity. Wet hands.
  6. Add 1 to 3 pumps of The Youth Dew and continue the massage, taking your time and breathing deeply, paying special attention to areas where lines are developing.
  7. Turn off the water, and fill palms with The Good Stuff, gliding over every inch of your wet skin, starting from the toes and working towards your heart. Smooth a couple drops through your hair before exiting the shower. Wrap yourself in a cozy towel or robe.
  8. Mist skin generously with The Jasmine Garden, pressing in, especially in areas prone to oil imbalance or breakouts. Mist again gently to complete, reveling in the most luscious skin ever.

Experience Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy for all your relaxation needs. Instagram/Sajewellness

This portable set from Saje has a roll-on to soothe any ailment. Pack this in your bag and you’ll have a natural alternative to all that acetaminophen. This kit of five roll-ons contains Pain Release, a topic analgesic to relieve sore muscles, Fortify, to protect against or soothe existing cold and cough, Peppermint Halo, an invigorating peppermint blend to relieve a headache, Stress Release, a mix of lavender, chamomile, and orange to calm the mind and promote happy vibes, and finally, Gutzy, to soothe a stomach (too full from family dinner, perhaps).